In the 2019 edition of the Knowledge and Innovation Interest Group Foundations Scholar Interview, we interviewed Ashish Arora, Senior Associate Dean, Faculty and Rex D. Adams Professor at Duke's Fuqua School of Business. Prof. Arora has contributed widely to the economics of technological change, including work on markets for technology and complementarities across internal and external knowledge-generating activities, and the interview will take the audience on a tour through Arora's most influential contributions, but also his journey as a scholar of innovation and technology.
At the 2017 SMS Annual Conference in Houston, we have the pleasure of hearing from Prof. Morten T. Hansen in our Foundations Interview. Voted one of the most influential thinkers in Strategy and Innovation by a recent survey of SMS members, Prof. Hansen brings to the conversation a rich trajectory of breakthrough research accompanied with a successful history of translating research into impact on practice. The Foundations Interview will discuss with Prof. Hansen the steps that built his research career and his view for the field going forward.
Voted one of the most influential thinkers in Strategy and Innovation by a recent survey of SMS members, Professor Ahuja brings to the conversation a rich trajectory of breakthrough research accompanied with a successful history of translating research into impact in practice. The Foundations Interview discusses with Professor Ahuja the steps that built his research career and his view for Strategy going forward. This interview was conducted at the 2016 SMS Annual Conference Berlin as part of the Foundations Interviews by the Knowledge and Innovation interest Group.
This year, we were privileged to have Professor Daniel Levinthal from the Wharton School as our guest of honor. The session focused on the topics of innovation, industry evolution, technological competition, organizational learning and design from the perspective of one of the field’s foundational contributors.
We sat down with professor James G. March from the Stanford Graduate School of Business to talk about his work, ideas, search for knowledge and managerial relevance. Professor March has published over 200 books and articles, the work that shaped the way management scholars think about organizations. The garbage can model, the behavioral theory of the firm and balancing exploration and exploitation are only a few of his profound ideas.
The focus of this foundation session is on the past, present and future of Organizational Learning research from the perspective of one of its key contributors - Professor Linda Argote (Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University). The session is conducted as an interview followed by a Q&A period.This session continues the tradition of the Knowledge and Innovation (K&I) Interest Group of the Strategic Management Society to bring the community closer to the ideas and the people who wrote important, foundational papers at the intersection of strategy, knowledge and innovation.
During this interview-style presentation, professor Robert Grant gives his perspective about the knowledge-based view of the firm.This is a recording of the second knowledge foundations session held by the Knowledge & Innovation Interest Group at the SMS Annual Conference, October 7th, 2012, in Prague.
Interview with Professor Sidney Winter at the 2011 SMS Annual Conference Miami. This interview is the first in the Knowledge Foundations series held by the Knowledge & Innovation Interest Group of the Strategic Management Society. In the interview professor Sidney Winter discusses the role of productive knowledge, characteristics of routines, organizational change and replication of knowledge.